GB head coach Pete Russell will remain in the UK with his family after only returning from Germany a couple of days ago.
Russell led his DEL2 side Freiburg to the semi-final round of the playoffs, before losing in five games to Bietigheim-Bissingen.
Aldridge began his coaching career with Bracknell Bees before a couple of seasons in charge of Basingstoke Bison in the Elite League.
The 46-year-old moves up from his previous role as Assistant Coach after first joining the GB programme as Head Coach of the men’s under-16s in 2019.
Clancy has worked with England Under 16s/17s and U19s, as well as coaching The Midlands in the Conference programme.
Richardson has won 87 caps for his country since making his debut back in 2005, with the 34-year-old scoring six goals and contributing 17 assists for 23 points.
The 27-year-old, who has recovered from injury and played in both of Coventry Blaze’s Elite Series playoff games this week, completes GB’s 28-man roster for the tournament in Riga.
Countries can select a 28-player roster for this year’s tournament and Russell has announced an initial 27, with one player to be added in the coming days.
Following an open advert and competitive interview, Wrottesley will replace Richard Grieveson who announced he was standing down back in December.
Following on from the IHUK Media Article in October), we have revisited the latest updates on the GB players movements for the 2020-21 season.